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The Orlando Predators (5-4) earned their second-straight win in a 69-43 blowout victory over the Portland Thunder (3-5) in front of 10,583 fans at the Amway Center on Saturday night.
The Orlando Predators won their second-straight game in a 69-43 game over the Portland Thunder in front of 10,583 fans Saturday night at the Amway Center, the team says.
The Orlando Predators rallied for a dramatic 63-62 overtime win over the Tampa Bay Storm on Saturday night in the 56th edition of the “War on I-4.”
The Orlando Predators (3-4) lose to the Philadelphia Soul (7-0) on the road by a final score of 62-48 on Friday evening.
The Orlando Predators (3-3) fell to the Cleveland Gladiators (4-2) by a final score of 56-55 in front of a crowd of 9,212 at the Amway Center on Saturday evening.
In a game televised by Local 6, the Orlando Predators kept more than 9,000 fans at the Amway Center, and more at home on the edge of their seats, engaging in a back-and-forth battle with AFL rival Cleveland for 60-plus minutes.
The Orlando Predators (3-2) dropped a 56-55 decision on the road in overtime to the Spokane Shock (1-3) on Saturday evening, snapping a three-game winning streak for the Predators.
The Orlando Predators will take on the Cleveland Gladiators at 7 p.m. Saturday at the Amway Center.
The Orlando Predators earned their third straight victory on Saturday evening, defeating the LA Kiss by a final score of 61-48 in front of a crowd of 11,218 at the Amway Center.
The Orlando Predators won their second victory of the season on Saturday defeating New Orleans Voodoo 47-42 on their own turf, the Smoothie King Center in Louisiana
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